3 girls in India have been living with what is called Werewolf Syndrome. The 3 sisters have been regarded as outcasts in their village of Bangalore for having this condition believed to have affected less than 10 people in the world, or 1 in a billion. The three, inherited the disorder from their father, but four of their siblings escaped it. The family is poor and has for a while been relying on NGOs for aids. The condition has no cure but a local NGO has been facilitating the availability of unique hair creams that soften the situation.